A class critique can be painful if the students aren't guided. Over the years of created a bank of questions and prompts that I use in a variety of ways to lead both written and spoken critiques, or discussions. They are also great to guide Art History class discussions, and a life saver, to leave as substitute plans.
- 50 cards, with critique questions and prompts
- Ideas of how to use the cards in your classroom
- 50 written critique forms ( these are what I also use when I have a substitute)
PS: These are a great way to demonstrate higher order questioning and thinking in your classroom. Perfect to use when you're being observed, or grab them off of your desk for a surprise walk through, and use them as you walk around the room and talk to students about their work.